Still confused about payment processors in US

jecaflek

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Oct 15, 2006
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Earth
Greetings,

This is my first post. I am so disappointed about the recent legislation, especially since I finally got the hang of the games. But my new question is which payment processor is working the best right now. I was counting n Neteller bu they've backed out so what's left? I signed up for payspark but the want so much info, has anyone used anything else? I used to use 900 pay, but I don't know if thats still a viable option. What has worked best since the recent ban..... THanks.
 

spearmaster

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Jan 12, 2001
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Heaven
Welcome to Casinomeister!

Neteller hasn't backed out - they only announced that they would comply with the legislation when the Fed prescribes the methods by which they should block gambling transactions.

That is a long way off still.
 

suzecat

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California
Welcome to Casinomeister!

Neteller hasn't backed out - they only announced that they would comply with the legislation when the Fed prescribes the methods by which they should block gambling transactions.

That is a long way off still.


Spear, you are a wise man. Neteller seems to be working for me same as always.
 

babs7262

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Oct 9, 2006
Location
PA
hi

instadebit works fine and I just used click2pay today even though they got me mad 2 weeks ago lol
 

mgibson99

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Dec 20, 2004
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Washington DC
Neteller is the best option at the moment. Business as usual, as long as you find a casino that still takes U.S. players (and there are several).

Once Neteller drops out of the U.S. market, and you know they will eventually, it is toast for U.S. players.
 

Simmo!

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May 29, 2004
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England
I'd agree - go with neteller. By the time the 270 days is up, someone somewhere will have an "intermediary" company that you can xfer to and from Neteller and to and from casinos. Bound to happen...the technology might even be "Neteller compatible" if you get my drift. Might even be *cough* run by an ex-Neteller director. Or they may just say "nah we don't need that $12bn dollar market anymore. Lets go into cuddly toys"! Who can tell ;)
 
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